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Use these printable worksheets when learning to write simple, compound, and complex sentences.
Combine each pair of simple sentences to make a compound sentence. Use the conjunction in parenthesis.Compound Sentences #2 Member
Tell which sentences are compound sentences. Then write a compound sentence and identify the independent clauses.Compound Sentences #3 Member
Write compound sentences with conjunctions and with semicolons.
Simple, Compound, and
Tell which sentences are simple, which are compound, and which are complex.
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